Improving Your Appearance…

If you take part in internet discussions like this blog, your name often appears next to an icon, here called a “gravatar”. By default this will usually have a standard image of a blank head next to it. If you want, you can easily personalise your gravatar, associating it with your website and email details and choosing your …

Remember My Name

A question that sometimes comes up is, "what is the correct way to write the name of PADI’s technical diving course range?" You’ll see various versions sometimes, but the short answer is: TecRec. So, with a capital ‘T’ and a capital ‘R’ and with no space between Tec and Rec. If you write it in …

TecRec Art

For any TecRec instructors needing some art work to promote their courses, their are some jpgs available on the Resources section here.

HMS Victory 1744: Wreck Site Management Consultation

The UK's Ministry of Defence and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport have issued a public consultation into possible management options for the recently discovered HMS Victory. The ship and her crew of over a thousand men were lost during storms when she became separated from the rest of the fleet on her return …

Negative Pressure Test for Open Circuit

By Mark Caney, PADI International Ltd A couple of months ago I was doing some tec diving when a trick I have used for many years proved useful. When I have connected a regulator to its cylinder, I inhale before I turn on the gas. If I can breathe in, I have a problem. Over five days …

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This blog talks about technical diving in general and about DSAT TecRec especially.

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